Apple

Morning Links: HTC sorry for poor performance. Apple to reduce vig to 15%?

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
June 8, 2015 // 0 Comments

HTC says sorry to shareholders for poor performance (Android Community) HTC may be busy introducing new phones left and right but truth is, the company is losing money. Revenue the past months went down by 40 percent but HTC is still hopeful that sales will improve especially after the new models [...]

E-book-lovers vs. proprietary formats (yes, P is still evil)

By David Rothman
June 6, 2015 // 10 Comments

TeleRead writers traditionally have been strong supporters of e-book standards. No blinking. No hesitation. ePub is the way to go in most cases. The majority of us have just hated proprietary formats even though companies like Amazon make them hard to avoid. Proprietary formats remind us of the [...]

Morning Links: When good friends write bad books, Amazon food, and more

By Joanna Cabot
June 3, 2015 // 3 Comments

What To Do When Someone You Know Writes a Bad Book (Book Riot) Writing a book is a great accomplishment. It can take years of meditating, creating, editing, querying, marketing, and tweaking to get it published. It’s an effort that absolutely deserves praise. But what are we supposed to do when [...]

Samsung may reposition its big handsets

By Paul St John Mackintosh
May 13, 2015 // 1 Comment

Chances are that if you read ebooks at all on an Android smartphone, you’re very likely doing it on a Samsung. And yet, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal, the Korean giant may be rethinking its game plan and cutting back on that market dominance after its founding father, Lee [...]

Morning Links: Free ebooks don’t help poor kids. 2015 Edgar Winners

By Joanna Cabot
May 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

“Free” eBooks Don’t Help Poor Kids (Book Riot) Poor kids don’t have access to internet or devices. It’s a fact, and it’s backed up time and time again. *** 2015 Edgar Winners Revealed (GalleyCat) The Mystery Writers of America have revealed the 2015 Edgar Award winners. *** [...]

App Annie Index suggests Google has an app problem?

By Paul St John Mackintosh
April 16, 2015 // 0 Comments

The latest quarterly mobile app market index from analytics firm App Annie, the App Annie Index: Market Q1 2015, suggests that the Google Play store and the iOS App Store are following “different paths” as the mobile app market evolves. According to App Annie, “Google Play [...]

comScore report shows Android still in US OS smartphone platform lead

By Paul St John Mackintosh
April 14, 2015 // 0 Comments

U.S. analytics firm comScore has just released its report on smartphone subscriber market share in the U.S. covering February 2015. And the figures show that “Apple ranked as the top smartphone manufacturer with 41.7 percent OEM market share, while Google Android led as the #1 smartphone [...]

Interesting facts about Apple (Infographic)

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
April 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

Here’s a fun infographic, oddly appropriate to publish on April 1, since that was the day in 1976 that Apple Inc. was founded. I have been off and on using Apple products since the Macintosh 128K. I still remember my mom being told to get a Commodore 64 because “we’d never need [...]

Morning Links: 8 Apple features you might not use. KU payouts up; lending down

By Joanna Cabot
March 18, 2015 // 0 Comments

How Long Does it Take to Read Popular Books? (Personal Creations) We took some of the most popular books of all time and estimated how long it would take the average reader to finish by multiplying word count by the average person’s reading speed, 300 words per minute. *** Eight Apple Features [...]

Review: Apple iPhoto Book-Making Tool

By Joanna Cabot
March 2, 2015 // 0 Comments

It amuses me that although 90% of my reading is now in eBook, I seem to have more paper books than ever! That’s because I have been bitten by the craft bug this year. I don’t buy a lot of paper books, but I sure have been making them! Sketchbooks, journals, art workbooks and all manner [...]

Android is: The Dominator

By Paul St John Mackintosh
February 27, 2015 // 0 Comments

Forget Fifty Shades of Grey – how about Fifty Flavors of Lloyd? Yes, if you want to see a dominant force cracking its whip over the supine global smartphone market, Android in IDC’s latest Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker is the one you want to catch. According to the IDC [...]

Morning Links: Apple must pay troll $532M. Amazon to publish Kindle Scout books

By Joanna Cabot
February 25, 2015 // 0 Comments

Accounting for Authors, Publishing’s Forgotten Customers (Digital Book World) One issue I hear talked about a lot lately among publishers is the need to figure out who their customers are. *** Apple Must Pay Patent Troll $532M, Texas Jury Rules (GigaOM) Apple must pay a shell company $532.9 [...]

Morning Links: 9 frustrations to fix in iOS 9. Digital newspaper bundling

By Joanna Cabot
February 17, 2015 // 0 Comments

Princeton Inherits $300M Worth of Rare Books (GalleyCat) William H. Scheide, a graduate of Princeton University, passed away last year and left a very valuable rare book collection to his alma mater. *** Digital Newspaper Bundling for Added Value (GoodeReader) This type of value-added offer for [...]

Weekend Links: Snow day reading. A day in the life of a devoted Apple user

By Joanna Cabot
February 15, 2015 // 0 Comments

10 Strategies for Snow Day Reading (Book Riot) A snow day may mean working from home, wrangling restless kids, or a long binge-watching session on Netflix. But if you decide to go the reading route for your snow day, here are 10 ways to make it work and keep cabin fever at bay. *** Digital [...]

Corning’s Project Phire ready to phire up your screen?

By Paul St John Mackintosh
February 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

Corning, whose Gorilla Glass is the default standard for many touchscreen tablet and smartphone devices, has been seeding the media with hints about its new Project Phire lately, which apparently approaches the scratch resistance of pure sapphire when used for screens. As yet, there’s no [...]

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